Can LSD Help Solve Mental Health Issues?Since 2003, however, the FDA has allowed for a few clinical trials of illegal hallucinogens – drugs like psilocybin, the psychedelic ingredient found in so-called "magic mushrooms."
Can Eating The Right Foods Help Boost Your Mental Health?Sticking to certain foods and a healthy diet isn't just good for your physical health, it may also have a positive impact on your mental state.
The Warning Signs Of Suicide – And How To Get Help"One of the things we keep coming back to when these surprising events happen is you never know what is in somebody's head."
Anxiety Expert To Speak To Mother McAuley High School Students, ParentsTeenagers, smartphones, school and anxiety is what will be discussed Thursday with students and parents at a Southwest Side high school.
For Kids Who Get The Jitters On Halloween, 'Set The Spookymeter'Most kids love Halloween, but others need to warm up to all the frights, if they do at all.
Cubs Fans Experience Stress, Anxiety During PostseasonStress and a lack of sleep has become routine for Cubs fans in October.
Things Pet Owners Should Be Mindful Of As Summer ApproachesMemorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer - a season that poses some unique challenges for pet owners.
The Hottest Toy Can Also Help Children With Learning Issues ConcentrateFidget Spinners are the hottest toy on the market right now, but they could also be helping students with learning issues concentrate.
Illinois Mulls Expanded Disease List For Medical Marijuana ProgramPetitioners identifying themselves as veterans of Vietnam and Iraq asked that PTSD be included, making emotional pleas for help, according to 269 pages of petitions obtained by The Associated Press through the state's Freedom of Information Act.
Former Student Sues St. Charles East H.S. Over Hazing, BullyingThe former student alleges that the continued bullying led to severe emotional distress that required outpatient hospitalization and “extensive psychiatric treatment.”
Devices Purportedly Zap Anxiety, DepressionSome patients say electro-therapy devices are helping them come back from depression or calming their anxieties. But some doctors aren't convinced the machines really work. CBS 2's Mary Kay Kleist reports.